Bolami lawal


Bolami lawal Poems

1. The Wind 6/26/2012
2. Body Talks 6/26/2012
3. Saved By The Cross 6/27/2012
4. The Lady On My Street 7/3/2012
5. Life 7/7/2012
6. Unlisted Memoir 7/7/2012
7. Released 7/8/2012
8. Alien's Invasion 7/11/2012
9. It Takes A Try! 7/12/2012
10. Dust -2-Dust 7/28/2012
11. Between The Aisle And The Altar 7/28/2012
12. Love Is 7/28/2012
13. My Safety Nest 7/29/2012
14. Lost (For Dad) 8/2/2012
15. Reunion 8/4/2012
16. Call Back The Breeze 8/3/2012
17. When I Lay To Sleep 8/3/2012
18. Deception (A Political Virus) 8/5/2012
19. Desire... 8/5/2012
20. Delimma 8/5/2012
21. Idowu Ogbo (For Mom) 8/5/2012
22. Awake (For Home Land) 8/5/2012
23. Fingers Are Not Equal 8/7/2012
24. Stolen Innocence 8/8/2012
25. This Time In June 8/9/2012
26. Heresies 8/11/2012
27. Forbidden! 8/11/2012
28. An Alien Truth 8/12/2012
29. Bliss 9/10/2012
30. Anger 9/13/2012
31. Asogbo 9/21/2012
32. She 9/26/2012
33. The Silent Cry (The Thought Of Female Mutilation) 7/7/2012
34. A Litany Of Hope 9/27/2012
35. Set Me Free 11/8/2012
36. A Lost Soul 11/8/2012
37. When Am With You 11/20/2012
38. When Your Heart Tells A Lie 12/12/2012
39. Sometimes 12/12/2012
40. Gamblers 12/20/2012
Best Poem of Bolami lawal

When Silence Speaks

When silence speaks,
it tells a tale;
of greives,
of pains,
of promises unkept,
of dreams unfulfilled;
louder than words
it speaks,
deeper than voice
it sounds.

When silence speaks,
it tells a tale;
of betrayal,
of fear;
of a heart heavy with burden,
of a spirit broken and bruised;
louder than words
it speaks,
deeper than voice
it sounds.

When silence speaks,
it tells a tale;
of vengeance,
of hate;
furious and harmed as wind,
dangerous and wild as fire;
louder than words
it speaks, ...

Read the full of When Silence Speaks

Broken

A storm had broken over our heads
Rains like giant tears upon our windows
As the grumbling thunder strikes
A monstrous night that smashed our dreams
A lonely journey that compared to eternity.
With sunrise came a heavy heart
An unusual silence possessed our spirits
As the labour of many years
Went beneath the muds....

[Hata Bildir]